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Thai Michelin-starred chef’s take on culinary cannabis


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Chef Noom prepare a cannabis-infused menu at the event.

 

Chefs and foodies welcome a return of cannabis to Thai kitchen. It has made an exciting scene for gastronomy. Edibles or cannabis-infused food are of great taste but they are not always healthy, a Thai Michelin-starred chef warns.

 

Thai PBS World recently met Michelin-starred chef Thaninthorn “Noom” Chantrawan at an event held recently by the Tourism Authority of Thailand to promote cannabis products where he served cannabis-infused Omakase-style Thai dishes.

 

Over the past few years, Thaninthorn has become an edibles enthusiast as he seeks expert advice including academics and health professionals, and taught himself how to infuse his food with cannabis. At the “Ma Gin Gan” (roughly translates as “Let’s eat (cannabis)” event he served selective signature Thai dishes that he created to the guests.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/thai-michelin-starred-chefs-take-on-culinary-cannabis/

 

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